|Birth: ||Apr. 28, 1817|
|Death: ||Sep. 6, 1899|
Daughter of John Hudson & Elizabeth
Married James Cazier, 27 May 1839, La Grand, Oldham, Kentucky
Children- Pleasant Elizabeth Cazier Hall, William Jefferson Cazier, Ellen Jane Cazier O'Bryant, Jeremiah Cazier
Death of Mrs. Julia Cazier
Juliette C. Cazier, widow of James Cazier and mother of William Cazier died at the home of William Cazier where she had lived for the past thirty three years on Wednesday night September 6. Deceased was eighty-two years, four months and eight days old at the time of her death.
Juliette C. Hudson was born April 28, 1817, in Oldham county, Kentucky. She was married to James Cazier in that county May 27, 1839. The same year of their marriage they moved to Moultrie county where deceased resided ever since except about six months when she resided in Mills county, Iowa.
Unto them were born four children, two sons and two daughters. The daughters both died some years ago. The two sons still survive her. Wm. Living in Moultrie county and Jerry in Rossville, New Mexico. Deceased has lived with her son William for the last thirty-three years and has seen his children born and most of them reared to manhood and womanhood. In his home she had in her declining years the best years of care and attention from her son, his wife and children, all being uniformly kind and to her. Shortly after her marriage she united with the Church of Christ of which she has been a faithful member for over sixty years. Her life has been an example of Christian devotion, a beacon light in the home and community, the highest and noblest in precept and example. Her hearing and sight failed her in her later years but her health had been moderately good for one of her advanced age until last Saturday when she received a partial paralytic stroke, from which she gradually sank and passed to peaceful sleep Wednesday night.
The funeral services were held in Liberty church and were conducted by Dr. A. L. Kellar who delivered an able discourse highly eulogistic of the deceased whom he had known a long time, the Hudson and Kellar families have come from Oldham county, Ky. The scripture lesson was taken from the first sixteen verses of the fifth chapter of second section to his fellow men it is recalled that over forthy years ago he preached the funeral of Elizabeth Hudson, mother of Juliette Cazier, here in Sullivan, Oldham county, Ky. The scripture lesson was taken from the first sixteen verses of the fifth chapter of second Corinthans. From the church the remains were taken to the Liberty cemetery and laid away, in the presence of a large crowd of mourning relatives and friends. As an illustration of Dr. Kellar's long life of devotion.
James Cazier (1817 - 1891)*
William Jefferson Cazier (1841 - 1917)*
Jerry Cazier (1852 - 1910)*
wife of J Cazier-82y 4m 8d
Maintained by: Schott Family
Originally Created by: candy lovins
Record added: Apr 18, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 26117043
Juliette was my great great grandmother through William Jefferson, William Walter, and William Jay Cazier.|
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